On Sunday, January 27, 2013 3:51:28 AM UTC-6, rameo wrote:
> I would like to associate commands with the numeric keypad
> ctrl + -> (number 6 on the numeric keypad with numlock enabled)
> I don't know how to do this.
> Can anyone help me?
Some versions of Vim probably cannot tell the difference between 6 on the main keyboard and 6 on the keypad.
Try mapping <C-k6> to see if it works. <kEnter>, <k0>, <k1>, ..., <k9>, and other items refer to the numeric keypad keys.
This works for me in Windows gvim (which actually surprised me):
:imap <buffer> <k6> six
I.e., when I press the 6 on my main keyboard, it enters '6' in insert mode, but if I press 6 on the numeric keypad, it enters "six".
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